Today I Learned

Discussion in 'Free Range' started by Honey, Aug 20, 2020.

  1. Honey

    Honey Historian Staff Member

    Dump some useless trivia here, especially if it's new information to you. TIL that how well LEGO and similar knockoff brand building blocks stick together is called "clutch power." While LEGO was unable to protect their blocks' shapes, their competitors do not use the same type of polymer they use and therefore the knockoff blocks don't stick together properly. They have less "clutch power."
  2. Aw Pigley

    Aw Pigley Chicken

    TIL that the word laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation in a youtube video about skincare lol
  3. Vespidae

    Vespidae Antagonist Staff Member

    People have literally lost teeth trying to separate LEGOs. The world needs to know about clutch power.